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Best Places to Go Running In Mumbai

Sunset running | © Andrés Nieto Porras/Flickr
Sunset running | © Andrés Nieto Porras/Flickr
As cramped as Mumbai is, the city has quite a few great tracks to offer for those looking to run. Whether you are looking for a good run through a lush green park or a breezy jog by the sea face, this collection of the city’s best running spots should have you covered.

Marine Drive

Mumbai’s most famous stretch of road is the perfect location for early morning and late night jogs in good company. Located by the Arabian Sea on South Mumbai’s western coast, this airy promenade promises good views, breezes from the sea and an uninterrupted, almost four-kilometer long running track. The area gets very crowded later in the day, so be warned.

Marine Drive, Mumbai, India

Juhu Beach

If beach runs are what you are looking for, then the city offers plenty of options. Juhu Beach, Mumbai’s best-known, is a good choice if you are looking to run during early morning or late at night. You will find plenty of company but also be given enough space to focus.

Juhu Beach, Mumbai, India

Worli Sea Face

This spacious stretch by the Arabian Sea in historic Worli is yet another popular jogging/walking/running track in South Mumbai. Offering spectacular views of the sea, the city’s southern skyline, and the iconic Bandra-Worli sea link, this well-kept track is bustling with joggers every morning.

Worli Sea Face, Worli, Mumbai, India

Priyadarshini Park

Park
If you are seeking a break from concrete in South Mumbai, head for a run through Malabar Hill’s quiet and breezy Priyadarshini Park. Peacefully sprawling by the Arabian Sea and covered with trees, well-kept green lawns and more, this park is among the neighborhood’s best-kept secrets. It has a wide and quite long track for walking, running and jogging.
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Forest Park

Forest, Park
Covered with dense trees, rocks and mud tracks, this aptly-named park is perfect for city-dwellers missing adventurous jogs through the woods. Part of the Hiranandani Gardens in Powai, this park offers a little bit of forest right in the middle of the city. The park’s mud tracks usually get wet during monsoons, so plan your jog/run accordingly.
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Shivaji Park

Park
A view of the Bandra-Worli Sea link from Dadar Chowpatty/Shivaji Park
A view of the Bandra-Worli Sea link from Dadar Chowpatty/Shivaji Park |  ©Sahil Sahadevan/Wiki Commons
The city’s most famous park is a popular running destination for many South Mumbaikars. Located in Dadar, this historic park has great political and cultural significance, particularly for having been the training ground for some of the country’s finest cricketers and cricket clubs.
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These recommendations were updated on September 12, 2017 to keep your travel plans fresh.